Barclays takes fight to US banks in corporate finance, but doubts linger

Barclays has asserted its credentials as Europe’s top investment bank with market share gains in 2018, but can it shake off lingering doubts about the franchise, asks David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 02 Jan 2019

Barclays’ corporate and investment bank has started 2019 with a spring in its step, having burnished its credentials as Europe’s leading global investment bank over the last 12 months.

The bank was ranked sixth in the US by investment banking fees, and fifth in Europe, underlining its ...

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